When Thea Tjepkema talks (and researches, writes, lectures, and leads tours) about Cincinnati’s temple of arts and culture, everyone listens.
Cincinnati’s “father of bicycling” left three years ago with his wife, Mary, to meander in Central and South America, until the pandemic locked them down in an Ecuador beach town. They aren’t complaining.
If you live, or once lived, in a musty old Cincinnati money pit of a house, make sure to check out its history.
Following a devastating car accident that left him paralyzed, Ryan Atkins faced a spiritual and personal reckoning with his wife Stephanie by his side.
Connectedness, beautiful surroundings, kind people, and excitement drew me back to Cincinnati, and I am not the only one.
As he retires from Xavier University, Father Michael Graham reflects on fining the institution’s rightful place in Cincinnati and the world.
A downtown mural depicting Sheila Donaldson Johnson, DeAnna Hoskins, Tyra Patterson, Tracy Brumfield, and Belinda Coulter-Harris shows their worth.
José García grabbed our attention with his design for Lightborne’s headquarters, and he continues to produce noteworthy structures.
The police killing of Timothy Thomas in April 2001 made us take a hard look at our city’s treatment of Black men. But has anything changed?
Holistic self-care is just the beginning of a new life journey, not the final destination.